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Reviews of Books Priced $16.95

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $16.95.

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The Parrot's Perch

by Mari Carlson

A courageous story of surviving government corruption, The Parrot’s Perch is an often harrowing memoir. Karen Keilt’s brave memoir The Parrot’s Perch, told partially through a 2013 interview with the Brazilian National Truth... Read More

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Split-Level

by Karen Rigby

"Split-Level" is a literary novel that navigates intimate struggles with unforgettable style. Sande Boritz Berger sets a 1970s Jersey housewife on a provocative collision course in "Split-Level", a sharp portrait of female empowerment.... Read More

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Where's Buddha?

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Buddha smiles serenely from snowy mountain peaks, through summer monsoon rains and deep ocean waters, reassuring children of his calm, surrounding presence in every season. Vibrant artwork and rhythmic verses add an element of fun as the... Read More

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Saturday's Child

by Aimee Jodoin

Children of sometimes difficult parents will find this clear-eyed and cathartic memoir to be sympathetic. More than a memoir, Deborah Burns’s Saturday’s Child is a tribute to her mother Dotty, a powerhouse of a woman whose role in... Read More

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Horse Latitudes

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Its characters trample through lands on the brink of madness in search of something certain; its images are violent, heartbreaking, and starkly real. Morris Collins’s "Horse Latitudes" is a historically attuned novel for a world that... Read More

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Go Ahead in the Rain

by Peter Dabbene

Hanif Abdurraqib views the legacy of a classic and respected rap group through a distinctly personal lens in Go Ahead in the Rain: Notes to A Tribe Called Quest. As the subtitle might imply, Abdurraqib’s book doesn’t attempt an... Read More

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Tiger Days

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Wild and fierce, quiet, shy, or silly: let your emotions run free through this rhythmic, rhyming exploration of the many ways that feelings manifest. A rainbow of bold hues and lively, mobile creatures transform each range of emotions... Read More

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